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Simple Hairstyles for School

Updated on September 4, 2012

Hairstyles for School

Good hairstyles for school can sometimes be a real challenge because we all want something simple, something about which we do not even have to try too hard or to get up much earlier to make it right. And of course – we all want something other than the omnipresent pony tail. Here are some interesting ideas for simple hairstyles for school.

If you have long hair, a practical solution in terms of simple hairstyles for school is gradually hairstyle as sweet star film in the series 'High School Musical' Vanessa Hugdens has. So, put your bangs on the side, and clip the rest of the hair stepwise and wavy. This hairstyle is a hit, and if a good hairdresser does its work, you will just have to comb it in the morning.


Easy Hairstyles for School

Bun & Pony Tail

Bun on the side of the head is a good choice when it comes to simple hairstyles for school. So, gather your hair in ponytail and then 'role' it in a bun. Cool thing is that you can have a lot of colorful hair pins and other hair ornaments that you can put on this kind of bun and get a perfect look for the classroom.

It seems that the whole stories about simple hairstyles for schools is not complete without pony tail, but try to make different combinations, except those standard in the middle of the head. So, do your pony tail on one side of your head, but do not tie it to tight, but leave it to carelessly dangle. Also, extract a few strands from your pony tail so that everything looks a bit disheveled, but very sweet, just like Nicole Richie does with her hairstyle.

Nicole Richie

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Braids and Curls

Although braids were a huge hit at the time of our grandmothers, why not popularize them now? There is no lot of work with braids, and the possibilities are endless. So you can make a braid on each side of the head, something like Pippi Longstocking, braids in a few tufts near the temples and gather them together on the back of the head. You can also put your hair on one side of the head and make a braid. Just let your imagination run wild! Braids are perfect when it comes to simple hairstyles for school.

Curls are eternal and always beautiful. However, you must know that you will need somewhat more effort if your hair is completely flat. So, put curlers or clothes in your hair and sleep it off, or take a hair and a round brush and do the work.


Blake Lively's Braids

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      Myself 

      6 years ago

      I need more advice for quick easy iPods for school.

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      Deborah Brooks Langford 

      6 years ago from Brownsville,TX

      great hub.. when I was young I had long hair.. now days I end up at the salon.. lol

      great hub

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